New Orleans Style Jambalaya

New Orleans Style Recipe  for Jambalaya is straight out of the great city of New Orleans. I uses Beef smoked sausage, fresh shrimp, and chicken to put this recipe on the map. This Jambalaya is spicy, and with all the fresh vegetables makes this Cajun famous dish easy to cook. I like this rice dish…

SOUTHERN COLLARD GREENS RECIPE!!!

These authentic Southern Collard Greens are braised in a savory meat flavored and perfectly spiced pot liquor resulting in an amazing tender silky texture!!! Serve with this cornbread or corn muffins and hot sauce for a true down home meal. Looking for the real deal? This is a true Southern’s dream!  If you love these. This Collard Greens recipe…

New Orleans Style Barbecue Shrimp

New Orleans Barbecue Shrimp has actually very little to do with barbecue. Popular in Louisiana, the dish refers to sautéed shrimp in a Worcestershire-spiked butter sauce. Typically made with an insane amount of butter, the shrimp are served shell-on so you eat with your hands. It’s incredibly delicious but not very practical for a family dinner, so this…

Louisiana Crawfish Boil

What a feast! Invite the family and dig into this messy, yummy boil. Combining crawfish, sausage, corn, mushrooms, potatoes, and artichokes, this is a dish you’ll crave over and over. Add other seafood or vegetables to your liking. This Louisiana Crawfish Boil recipe will teach you how to boil hot and spicy crawfish like a…

Red Beans and Rice

Every Monday, you can find a pot of red beans and rice cooking in someone’s kitchen in New Orleans. Authentic Cajun flavor! I grew up in Louisiana and love red beans and rice; these are just like I remember. Serve with Tabasco sauce for a little kick. Ingredients 1 ½ pound dried red beans (preferably…

Chicken, Andouille, and Shrimp Jambalaya

Chicken, Andouille, and Shrimp Jambalaya As one of the most beloved dishes across Louisiana, jambalaya holds a special spot on many dining tables throughout the fall and winter. This quintessentially Louisiana dish likely grew from the state’s Spanish heritage and reflects the diversity of the area. Many jambalayas from New Orleans and southeast Louisiana include…

Stuffing on the Side: How to Make Southern Cornbread Dressing

Southern-style cornbread dressing with sausage and sage. Before a tailor can sew a suit, someone needs to pick the fabric. Before a surgeon amputates a limb, it’s a good idea to confirm which limb needs amputating. And before you set to work making a cornbread dressing for Thanksgiving dinner, I strongly suggest you figure out…